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Class Notes for BJU150 at Murdoch University

Law in Context

BJU150 Lecture 5: BJU150-LECTURE 5 TOPIC 2 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIA CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION

BJU150LECTURE 5 TOPIC 2 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIA CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION The Australian Constitution Constitution can only be changed via a referendum Need overall majority and majority in 6 states (= 4 out of 6); voters in...

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Joseph Indaimo
BJU150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mitigating Factor, Australian Aboriginal English, Aboriginal Australians

BJU150LECTURE 3 TOPIC 2 LEGAL PLURALISM Legal Pluralism Legal pluralism is the existence of 2 or ore set of law systems within one area that can go from local to international Customary Law Restores harmony between indigen...

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Joseph Indaimo
BJU150 Lecture 6: BJU150-LECTURE 6 TOPIC 3 LEGAL AID F

1976 Legal Aid Commission Act of WA BJU150-LECTURE 6 TOPIC 3 LEGAL AID Aim of legal aid is to provide equitable access to justice through providing legal assistance and promoting access to leg...

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Joseph Indaimo
BJU150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Terra Nullius, Allodial Title, Native Title Act 1993

BJU150LECTURE 5 TOPIC 2 NATIVE TITLE History When the British arrived, they declared that Australia was terra nullius (empty land or land that belongs to nobody). As a result, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples ...

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Joseph Indaimo
BJU150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Family Law Act 1975, Mandatory Sentencing, Ordnungspolizei

Lecture 7/8: TOPIC 3 Contemporary Issues in Law, Family Violence and Access to Justice Personal Violence Definition-is a form of violence that a person commits against another person whom he or she is not in a family re...

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Joseph Indaimo
BJU150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Non-Refoulement, Australian Immigration Detention Facilities, Migration Act 1958

Lecture 9: TOPIC 3 Contemporary Issues in Law, Asylum seekers Australia Access to Justice REFUGEE LAW Refugees relates to people wo cannot return to their country because of persecution and because they lack the protecti...

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